Tag: state table

State Changes and Process Flows

State Changes and Process Flows ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

I’m working on two projects right now that both involve business objects that undergo several state transitions based on actions taken by a user. We quickly turned to State models to help conceptualize all of the possible object states, possible transitions between them, and the actions that trigger the transitions. While those models were incredibly […]

Leveraging Visual Models in an Agile World

Leveraging Visual Models in an Agile World ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

Every discussion or training we have held at work lately keeps circling around to the same topic: Agile.  Aside from the debates over whether Agile methodology is better than Waterfall overall or in which situations one is superior to the other, analysts who have worked predominantly in a Waterfall world want to know how to […]

Requirements Model 1 – The State Table

Requirements Model 1 – The State Table ArgonDigital - enterprise automation experts

As Anthony C. said in an earlier blog post, requirements models are a great way to discover missing requirements in your software system. Without a good model, you have no way to be sure that you captured every requirement and seeing the missing requirements becomes nigh impossible. One of my personal favorite requirements models is […]